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1000 miles in 2019

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13 Oct
6:58pm, 13 Oct 2019
8444 posts
PeterFay
Ogh and a BIG well done! Kudos!
13 Oct
7:26pm, 13 Oct 2019
3387 posts
Mrsbridgewater
Hillstrider, took me a while to work out that quorn made me ill. I wish it didn't but there you go :-( Well done to all the epic running in shocking weather today!
10:25am
10:25am, 14 Oct 2019
3503 posts
steve45
We eat loads of quorn too and luckily it sits ok with us--not that we are ardent vegetarians or anything but meat takes so long to cook so we only eat meat now and again. I find that soya mince makes my stomach upset; might be something else in that chilli Mrsb because quorn is only a fungus gown by fermentation and bound with egg albumen (thanks Google!), but of course our stomachs can rebel against all sorts.
Well run Kudos and the rest of those who ran so well over the weekend.
(pity about poor Mo though)
4:30pm
4:30pm, 14 Oct 2019
5562 posts
hillstrider
No rain this morning, but another road run, I'm afraid. I ran with two running friends who didn't fancy running in the waterlogged forest. We did a hilly 9 miles, so happy with that.
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Maintained by Lesley C
Welcome to the thread :-) to be on target you need to run 19 Miles per week or 2.7 Miles per day.

Target list can be found here - fetcheveryone.com/training-mileagetargets-filtered.php?category=RUN&mileage=1000

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